Schematica Mod for Minecraft Guide
The Schematica Mod for Minecraft is created by Lunatrius, who has a vast expertise in developing great content for Minecraft. Those players who are looking to transfer their massive structures on different worlds of minecraft without the need of using the WorldEdit function will find the Schematica Mod 1.11.2 a useful addition.
You can start exporting your intricate buildings and structures using this latest mod from Lunatrius. The mod will produce a similar layout which will help you in recreating an exact replica of your structure.
Those Minecraft players who have experience with world edit may probably have an idea on how difficult it is to recreate a structure from another world. It’ll be fairly easy if people can just copy and simply paste it in another server. However, you will not get that option when you are in a Hardcore mode.
Fortunately, thanks to the help of Schematica Mod, you can now start making huge and intricate architectural structure in a very easy way. This will allow you to create spawners a lot quicker than what you used to. Let me just clarify that the Schematica Mod will not instantly place the building in the new world, but it will create an exact layout that allows you to place the exact brick that you did in another world.
- Extra red/blue point rendering
- Making the configuration of swaps a lot easier
- Not rendering Fixed Tile
How to install?
- First thing you have to make sure is to make sure that you already have the Minecraft Forge as well as the Lunatrius Core. Download them first to make sure that you can use this modification.
- Copy the .jar application in your mods folder.
- Download the Schematica Mod for Minecraft. Make sure that the version of your Minecraft is the same as the mods that you are downloading in order to make it sure.
- During the first run of this mod, it will usually create a folder. Put your files with schemes inside that folder and then launch Minecraft. Using the function of the load key, you will now be able to load the different schematics. You may also choose to manipulate them using the manipulate key.
Additionally, portion of your maps can be exported with the help of the save key. The first thing you have to do is to define the two points in your area and then choose enable. Upon selecting that area, change the name and then just click save. These are just some of the changes that have been brought by the latest Schematica Mod.
Simple Block Codes
Server owners might want to disable particular functionalities of a mod. To do so, send the code(s) you wish to the players in the MOTD (must be in the first 10 lines!).
Format (informational for other modders)
§0§2§0§0§e§f– disable printer functionality
§0§2§1§0§e§f– disable save schematic functionality
§0§2§1§1§e§f– disable load schematic functionality
How to (Instructions)
The mod is primarily controlled with 3 GUI’s, accessed via the NUM_/ (load), NUM_* (save) and NUM_- (navigate loaded schematic) keys. You can change these to anything you want.
After the initial run the mod will create a schematics folder in your .minecraft folder. Put your schematic files into that folder and launch Minecraft. You are now able to load the schematics into your world using the load key and manipulate them with the manipulate key. Additional you can export parts of your map by using the save key. With the help of this GUI you select 2 points in your world and click enable (you can enable is before, but the default position is at 0,0,0 for both points). When you’re happy with the selected area just click write down the name into the textbox and click save.
To set a custom schematic for a schematic file simple prefix the file name with the ID of the item you want to be visible (optionally followed by a semicolon and the item damage/metadata). A few examples:
116;enchantment– enchantment table icon
258;forrest– iron axe icon
35:4;sheepfarm– yellow wool icon
Before enabling the printer make sure you have the required materials on your hotbar. It’s a vanilla restriction that can’t be bypassed with a client only mod. Once the printer is enabled and you have the correct blocks in your hotbar just walk around and the mod should start placing blocks around you.
Notes: The mods was made with legit players in mind. Things such as the import of a schematic into a world might be released as a separate mod that extends all the currently available functions. That particular mod will allow you to sync multiple schematics but only one can be visible at any given time for a specific player. Basically, any amount of schematics on a server but only one can be seen by a player (that’s the player’s choice).
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